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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio Schools in the Davis County School District are set to open two weeks from today, and some students will have a new high school to attend in the western part of the county.
At a cost of $38 million, Syracuse High School will be the state's largest school under one roof with 97 classrooms and 1,000 students.
"We'll be pulling some students from Clearfield and other surrounding high schools to fill this high school," said Andrea Boss, Davis County School District spokesperson.
But Boss said for the first year, only sophomores and juniors will fill the seats. "We didn't want to pull any of our seniors out of the high schools that they're currently going to," she explained.
Syracuse High School is the county's eighth high school.